This old vine Cinsault shows an abundance of fruit on the nose. Lavish amounts of plum, boysenberry and lavender with just a whisper of savoury spice. The palate is equally generous rippled with layers of the purple fruits seen on the nose. The mouthfeel is succulent and juicy, the tannins fine, supple and silky ensuring early drinkability. Great concentration rarely seen in Cinsault, paired with fresh acidity and those fine tannins, ensure that this wine will also continue to improve for the next five or so years. Without doubt a wine that can be appreciated on its own but with the ability to support a range of foods from antipasto platters through to hearty game dishes.